Photo Credit: IBM/Fair Dealing

With the final regular meeting of the 2018-2022 Council now in the history books, analysis can now start on the information that has been gathered in the past 4 years. It might have been fun to use an ancient mainframe to do this, but today’s computers are far more powerful on several orders of magnitude and speed is what we need.

With almost 400 meetings, nearly half of them Council/Committee of the Whole meetings and about 700 recorded votes in the GCFRG database, there is a lot of data to draw upon… and the stories surrounding them to be told.

As always, this site will continue to keep the community aware of matters, past and present, so they can make their own fully-informed decisions in the upcoming municipal election.